Buxton Fringe 2020
Photo by David Cannon
Three 12 minute monologues; three voices of women in lockdown. Anthea hopes to find someone she’s lost in the void of the internet; Esther has a score to settle and she’s using a dinosaur to do it; Paula’s on a mission to start her own revolution. Comedy/drama.
The monologues are stand-alone and can be watched in any order.
Thank you to David Cunningham of the British Theatre Guide for this review of Three Voices. And thank you to Buxton Fringe for naming Three Voices as one of the ‘Picks of the Fringe, 2020’, and to Viv Marriott for this review from Buxton Fringe.
(themes of grief and bereavement)